The Wyoming WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program, under the administration of the Wyoming Department of Health, aims to promote and maintain the health and well-being of nutritionally at-risk pregnant women, new mothers and young children of the state.

Wyoming WIC Program Services 

  • Nutrition education and counseling
  • Breastfeeding promotion, support and resources
  • Health screening
  • Monthly supplemental food packages
  • Referrals to other Wyoming medical, family and social services

Wyoming WIC Program Benefits 

Women who participate in the WIC Program are observed to eat better, receive early prenatal care and deliver healthier babies.

Participating children are provided with foods rich in iron and vitamin C, have regular visits to the doctor and receive free immunizations. Infants born to WIC mothers are seen to weigh more and grow and develop better. 

Wyoming WIC Program Approved Food List 

The healthy foods approved by the Wyoming WIC Program are chosen based on nutrient content, availability, cost and acceptance by the WIC participants. WIC members are allowed to select foods by type or by brand. The WIC approved foods are packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are often lacking in the diet of WIC participants. 

Wyoming WIC Program Eligibility Requirements 

Pregnant, lactating and postpartum women, infants and children 5 years old and below who are residents of Wyoming, have a nutritional need, have a household income of or below 185% of poverty (recipients of POWER, SNAP or Medicaid are automatically income-eligible for WIC). 

For other more information, visit the Wyoming WIC website or call them directly at (307) 777-7494.